AIDS Alliance for Children, Youth & Families

AIDS Alliance for Children, Youth & Families AIDS Alliance advances the partnership between consumers and providers – we are the voice of women, children, youth and families living with and affected by HIV and AIDS.

Address:
2000 L Street NW, Suite 717
Washington DC 20036-4964

Phone:
(202) 785-3564
(888) 917-AIDS [toll-free]

Fax:
(202) 785-3579

Join Team AIDS Alliance for AIDS Walk 2011 on October 29, 2011!!  Click here for more info, http://www.aids-alliance.org...
09/15/2011
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Join Team AIDS Alliance for AIDS Walk 2011 on October 29, 2011!! Click here for more info, http://www.aids-alliance.org/about/aids-walk-washington.html

AIDS Alliance for Children Youth & Families is pleased to partner with the Whitman-Walker Clinic and other AIDS service organizations on the 2011 AIDS Walk Washington for the second year! AIDS Walk Washington is a fundraising 5K walk benefiting HIV/AIDS programs in the Washington, DC community. The ...

Something to check out this weekend –Receive FREE tickets to see "Getting Unstuck", starring Conscious a woman who has l...
08/17/2011
Video Gallery

Something to check out this weekend –Receive FREE tickets to see "Getting Unstuck", starring Conscious a woman who has lived with HIV for years Mention the following code at the door for FREE admission: Sonya555
This show will be in DC for only ONE night, Saturday, August 20, 2011 @ 6 p.m.
THEARC Theater
1901 Mississippi SE
Washington, DC 20020

Click on the following link to View the Show's Trailer: http://www.igotunstuck.org/video-gallery.html

The play stars Conscious, a woman who has lived with HIV for 19 years. In the play she exposes the audience to what she did wrong in the bedroom for 3 years with her mate who unbeknown to her had AIDS and is now deceased. It is a triumphant story that is told with amazing talent and grace. The audience is encouraged to fully live their lives and get tested for HIV because early detection is key.

Video Gallery

08/03/2011

Pickett also has a Facebook Fan Page at Straight Talk with Cathy...feel free to visit for discussions on violence & HIV/AIDS

06/27/2011

Take Control!
Get in the Know!
GO GET TESTED TODAY!!
June 27 is National HIV Testing Day
Visit hivtest.org for more info

06/01/2011

What does real life prevention mean to you?

03/02/2011
Planned Parenthood: House Bars Planned Parenthood From Federal Funding

Planned Parenthood: House Bars Planned Parenthood From Federal Funding

Join me in signing this open letter to the reps who voted to bar Planned Parenthood from federal funding -- including funding for birth control, lifesaving cancer screenings, and HIV testing -- and to the senators who still have chance to stop it.

In recognition of National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, AIDS Alliance, in partnership with the Pennsylvania/M...
02/25/2011
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In recognition of National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, AIDS Alliance, in partnership with the Pennsylvania/MidAtlantic AIDS Education and Training Center, invites you to participate in a free webinar focusing on the prevention, care and treatment needs of women over 50.

Registration required, please click on the link to participate.

11/17/2010
http://www.aids-alliance.org/education/ascend/ascend.pdf

Learn more about our Advanced Skills for Consumer Education and National Development (ASCEND) Leadership Training Program which was developed to build skills and facilitate "Consumer Involvement to Respond to Unmet Need" in areas most severely affected by the HIV/AIDS epidemic.

ASCEND Overview

11/17/2010
http://www.aids-alliance.org/education/hope/girls-4-hope-overview-page.pdf

Learn more about our Girls 4 HOPE (Health Opportunities,Prevention, and Education) program which builds the capacity of community-based organizations to initiate and improve HIV prevention programs for African American and Latina teen girls (13-18 years old) and their parents.

Girls 4 HOPE Overview

11/15/2010
http://www.aids-alliance.org/resources/publications/cab-manual-gettingstarted.pdf

“The CAB Manual: Getting Started”, provides the basic steps for setting up and improving the Community Advisory Boards (CABs) that are required by The Ryan White CARE Act Part D programs. It is designed to assist anyone – whether you are a Part D agency staff person or a community member – who has been charged with this responsibility.

CAB Manual: Getting Started

11/15/2010
http://www.aids-alliance.org/resources/publications/cab-manual-getting-it-right.pdf

Many health care agencies seek input from clients through formal advisory groups called Consumer Advisory Boards (CABs). The CAB is the means by which providers, consumers, and the community communicate with each other. This document is a tool that CABs can use to self-assess their work. This module is designed for Ryan White Programs that already have CABs.

CAB Manual: Getting it Right

11/15/2010
http://www.aids-alliance.org/resources/publications/gettingcomfortable.pdf

The Ryan White CARE Act provides money for HIV-related services in communities across the country. The legislation requires that people most affected by the epidemic participate in planning and evaluating HIV/AIDS programs by serving on Ryan White planning bodies. In the spring of 1999 the AIDS Alliance for Children, Youth, and Families sent a questionnaire to a group of women, young people, and families of children with HIV who were serving on Ryan White planning bodies. This guide is based on what we learned.

Getting Comfortable: A Consumer Guide to the Ryan White CARE Act Planning Bodies

AIDS Walk DC
10/14/2010

AIDS Walk DC

10/07/2010
ASCEND OHIO Application

AIDS Alliance for Children, Youth and Families of Washington, DC will host the ASCEND (Advanced Skills for Consumer Education & National Development) Leadership Training in Cleveland, Ohio from October 18-20, 2010 to train consumers how to raise awareness about their peers who are not receiving HIV-related primary medical care. Apply by Monday, October 11, 2010 at 5pm. Go to this website for the application:http://www.aids-alliance.org/education/ascend/application-ascend-leadership-training-program-_with-100810-deadline_.pdf If you have any questions, please contact Shauna Cooper ([email protected]; 202-464-4108)

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1705 Desales St NW, Ste 700
Washington D.C., DC
20036-4964

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